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Question;You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for;your response. All sources used, including the textbook. 1. What was the;ideal female image projected by mass media in the 1950s? Was this ideal;also the reality? Why, or why not?2. Outline events in Cuba;from 1959 to 1962, specifically addressing the Cuban Revolution, the Bay;of Pigs, and the Cuban missile crisis. What role did America play in;these significant events? What were the outcomes of these events?Who assassinated Kennedy?Answer Jack Ruby Earl Warren Lee Harvey Oswald Walt Rostow.3 points Question 2 Kennedy;enthusiastically expanded the Special Forces. __________ was the;popular name for the Army's Special Forces fighting under direct orders;of the president in covert battles against guerrillas.Answer The Seals The Green Berets The Screaming Eagles The Rangers.3 points Question 3 Which;leader relied on the non-violence techniques employed by Gandhi and;became a figurehead of the Civil Rights Movement through his leadership;in the SCLC?Answer Ralph Abernathy Martin Luther King, Jr. Malcolm X Medgar Evers.3 points Question 4 In 1955, Jonas Salk pioneered the first effective vaccine for which disease?Answer AIDS Influenza Polio Cancer.3 points Question 5 Which of the following statements concerning the group of writers called Beats is FALSE?Answer It was led by Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg. It held a distrust of the American values of progress, power, and consumerism. It discouraged spontaneity, friendship, open sexuality, and drug use. It foreshadowed the counterculture of the 1960s..3 points Question 6 The liberal domestic policy that Kennedy advocated was:Answer New Look. Great Society. New Frontier. Fair Deal..3 points Question 7 In 1953, Congress passed House Concurrent Resolution 108, which allowed:Answer the first-generation Japanese Americans eligible for citizenship. Congress to terminate a Native American tribe as a political entity by passing legislation specific to that tribe. Mexican immigrants into the Unites States to fill labor shortages. Puerto Ricans to enter the Unites States as legal citizens..3 points Question 8 The failed attempt by the CIA and Cuban counter-revolutionaries to overthrow Castro in 1961 is known as:Answer Bay of Pigs. the Cuban Missile Crisis. Gulf of Tonkin. the Cuban Revolution..3 points Question 9 Which of the following statements concerning the Voting Rights Act of 1965 is FALSE?Answer It was signed into law by LynXXXXX XXXXX. It outlawed literacy and other discriminatory tests that had deterred black voting. It authorized federal supervision of registration in states when necessary. It banned all poll taxes..3 points Question 10 Although;his party had a strong civil rights plan, __________, Republican;candidate for president in 1960, minimized his connection to it to;attract Southern white voters.Answer John F. Kennedy Dwight D. Eisenhower Richard M. Nixon Lyndon B. Johnson.3 points Question 11 Refer to this map as you match the items below.Answer;- A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. The Alabama Bus boycott, instigated by;Rosa Parks and led by Martin Luther King, occurred in which city?Read Answer Items for Question 11;- A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. Brown v. Board of Education was;centered around the segregation of school. Oliver Brown and his;daughter, Linda, served to remind the nation that segregation was not;purely a Southern issue. The Browns were from which city?Read Answer Items for Question 11;- A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. In which city did Governor Orval Faubus;dispatch Arkansas National Guard to Central High School to prevent nine;black students from entering?Read Answer Items for Question 11;- A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. Where did the very successful sit-ins;against segregation first begin by four black college freshmen?Read Answer Items for Question 11;- A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. SNCC was founded in April of 1960 when;Ella Baker led a conference of 120 black student activists in which;city?Read Answer Items for Question 11 Answer A. Montgomery, AL B. Topeka, KS C. Little Rock, AR D. Greensboro, NC E. Raleigh, NC F. Washington, DC G. Oxford, MS H. Birmingham, AL I. Jackson, MS J. Selma, AL


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